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    1. BP's Chairman Says 'the world can't continue along its current path' and That The Energy Giant Will Become More Transparent in Response to Investor Demands

      BP's Chairman Says 'the world can't continue along its current path' and That The Energy Giant Will Become More Transparent in Response to Investor Demands
      • BP chairman Helge Lund promised a long-term transformation to a "low-carbon energy system" in a Financial Times editorial.
      • At its annual general meeting on Tuesday, BP accepted a shareholder resolution to adopt transparency about how its strategy is in accordance with the Paris Agreement on climate change.
      • BP and its competitors are facing significant pressure from investor groups for addressing climate change, including from CA100+, whose members control a total of $33 trillion AUM...
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    2. BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Says Within The next 5 Years all Investors will Measure a Company's Impact on Society, Government, and the Environment to Determine its Worth

      BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Says Within The next 5 Years all Investors will Measure a Company's Impact on Society, Government, and the Environment to Determine its Worth
      • BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said at the New York Times Dealbook Conference on Thursday that within five years, all investors will be using ESG (environmental, social, and governance) metrics.
      • In January, Fink wrote in his annual letter to CEOs that all companies must outline their purpose.
      • Fink explained his prediction is based on a demand from consumers and employees...
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    3. Michael Bloomberg Says Too Many American CEOs are Failing Shareholders in a key Way

      Michael Bloomberg Says Too Many American CEOs are Failing Shareholders in a key Way
      • In addition to overseeing his media business, Michael Bloomberg has been a climate-related activist since leaving his role as New York City mayor.
      • Bloomberg spoke at the CECP's CEO Investor Forum in February, dedicated to finding fixes to what its board considers to be toxic short-termism among public American companies.
      • He said that CEOs of public companies should consider climate change as a financial issue, and that the burden is on them to convince investors of their long-term plans...
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    4. Vanguard's Chairman Says Every CEO of a Public Company Should be Able to Answer 7 questions

      Vanguard's Chairman Says Every CEO of a Public Company Should be Able to Answer 7 questions
      • Vanguard chairman Bill McNabb believes that American public companies have been chasing short-term gains at the expense of long-term value for too long.
      • McNabb is the co-chair of the CECP's Strategic Investor Initiative, dedicated to fostering a dialogue between CEOs and investors.
      • He's the lead author of a letter that proposes seven questions CEOs should be able to answer in meetings with investors, to alleviate toxic short-termism...
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    5. Here's What it's Like to Attend Walmart's 14,000-Person Shareholders Meeting, a 3-Day Extravaganza

      Here's What it's Like to Attend Walmart's 14,000-Person Shareholders Meeting, a 3-Day Extravaganza

      Thousands of Walmart employees from around the world arrived in Bentonville, Arkansas this week for the Walmart Shareholders Meeting.

      The meeting itself is on Friday, but over the next few days, these employees, analysts, and members of the media will experience a nonstop Walmart carnival that includes first looks at how the world's largest retailer plans on keeping a competitive edge, tours of its premiere facilities, and a concert featuring Top-40 pop stars...

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    6. Blackrock CEO Larry Fink Explains Why he Won't Pick an 'Heir Apparent' to take Over his Job

      Blackrock CEO Larry Fink Explains Why he Won't Pick an 'Heir Apparent' to take Over his Job

      As the CEO and chairman of BlackRock, an investment manager with $5.1 trillion in assets under management, Larry Fink is one of the most influential people in finance.

      At 64, he plans on retiring at some point in the next 10 years, but as he told Bloomberg Markets in a recent interview, he hasn't picked out a successor from among his leadership team. In a way, the choice to not pick a successor early is his succession plan...

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    7. Top Bridgewater Exec Explains how its Intense, Unique Culture Helped the Most Successful Hedge fund of all time make $50 billion

      Top Bridgewater Exec Explains how its Intense, Unique Culture Helped the Most Successful Hedge fund of all time make $50 billion
      • Bob Prince, co-CIO of the world's largest hedge fund, correlates its longterm investment success with its unusual and demanding culture.
      • Bridgewater employees rate each other's performance, and their profiles are considered for "believability-weighted decision making."
      • He explains how the firm recovered from a rough losing period in 2016 to become the most profitable hedge fund in 2016...
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    8. LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman Explains How the CEO Role Evolves as a Company Grows

      LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman Explains How the CEO Role Evolves as a Company Grows

      Reid Hoffman is not only the billionaire cofounder and chairman of LinkedIn, he's one of Silicon Valley's top angel investors and sits on the board of several companies, including Kiva and Mozilla. He's also the co-author of two business books and renowned as one of the savviest business minds in the tech industry...

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    9. LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Describes 3 Qualities That Make a Great Leader

      LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Describes 3 Qualities That Make a Great Leader

      Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner's leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. Glassdoor named him the highest-rated CEO of 2014. Earlier this year, Weiner spoke at the Wisdom 2.0 conference in San Francisco, where he explained how he understands his role as a leader...

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